Skateboarding spread around Uganda almost ten years ago, and since then they’ve developed skateboarding unions, published skateboarding magazines, started skateboarding projects, and – enjoyed skateboarding, of course.
Uganda Skateboard Union describes its story and mission:
They also participate and initiate projects with other countries – recently they’ve been a part of The Africa Skateboarding Magazine, together with skating lovers from Kenya and Tanzania. All of the young skaters are hordworking and enjoy skating. For them, it’s a way to rise up against the idleness and boredom caused by poverty.
Bashiri is practically a legend. He is mentioned in every skateboarding feature from Uganda. Here are some more photos.